I admit that I was disappointed that there were no stick figures in this. It just seemed like padding, which it really was. It could have been longer and had more stuff going on. I did think that the visuals used in it were quite good. I wasn't expecting it to actually explode. Well, none of them actually.
This could have just been one part. Well, it is listed as part of something. I think he's still a pretty cool character. There could have just been more activity. The other episodes are better.
Well all the hopes I had for the continuation of Stick Slayer seem to have been crushed quite a bit by these past two episodes.
As it turns out, I originally reviewed Episode 5 way back when in 2001 when this episode first came out. Back then, I hadn't seen any of the other episodes of Stick Slayer, but I seemed to think that Episode 5 was some kind of hot shit that was groundbreaking.
Looking back at it before watching this episode, I saw nothing special, nothing that elevated beyond any of the episodes that came before it, and this episode here. It seems like the plot of the original four episodes is just being repeated, except this time in the real world!
I don't quite know what Stick Slayer was trying to do riding the nuke around, since even if he did diffuse that one there was still another 600 odd flying around. But lo and behold, he was pretty useless and wasnt able to even stop that one nuke. So now it seems like the world is pretty much screwed like the Internet was after Stick Slayer nuked it. Theres stickmen everywhere and things seem pretty screwed.
Can this all be resolved in one more episode? Going by previous episodes, the answer is probably not unfortunately...
Sums up reality
I find it pretty much says 'with only one hero, only so much can be achieved'.
Still, I'm pretty sure he could have done a little more with a little effort...
"This is also the only Stick Slayer with no stick figures in it" from Author
actully it does have stick figures in it.
2012 wasn't original
it got its idea by stick slayer